June 5, 2012 - 10:00am
The Orange Cow is a summer in a cup
There are things you do in the summertime that stick with you in the colder months and fill you with aching nostalgia. Summer for me is the acrid scent of chlorine and sunscreen, the sticky heat down the small of my back, the rush of back road rides with all the windows down, Springsteen on the...
June 5, 2012 - 9:00am
Montrell Jones is currently a small business man, but what makes him a sports legend is athletic prowess on the grid-iron.
In 2002 Montrell Jones was a name being shuffled around a lot within NCAA football, ranked the third overall pick to come out of the state of Kentucky and twenty-first in the nationwide wide receiever column Jones had certainly made a name for himself at his high school alma mater of Male high...
July 29, 2012 - 7:08pm
Learn the impressive story of Frenchwoman Jeanne Baret , the disguised 18th explorer and first woman to circumnavigate our planet. University of Louisville professor, Glynis Ridley, will present her tale as part of Locust Grove’s Afternoon Lecture Series this Wednesday, June 6th, at 1pm.
The 21st century is alive with scurrying, jet-setters of all breeds. If copies of SkyMall are to be trusted as an accurate litmus test, wayfaring travelers of the modern age are a diverse bunch of intrepids, ranging in myriad tastes, backgrounds and motivations. The modern journeyman...
June 4, 2012 - 9:00am
Earl Heyman is currently a standout boxer from the Derby City that's not where he got his start ironically enough though.
In 2010 Louisville native, Earl Heyman won a super bowl ring with the New Orleans Saints. The defensive lineman got his start right at his hometown school though at the University of Louisville.A standout with the Cards, Heyman eventually was signed as a free agent with the Saints who placed...
May 29, 2012 - 9:00am
In a lot of ways sports science in the area goes back to one man; that man's story is today's sports legends of the ville segment.
The Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame typically doesn’t induct sports trainers and similar professionals, however in the case of Louisville native Jerry May it was no question that his impact to the local sports community needed to be honored.